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That's why I support repealing and replacing the ACA. You can't help some by severely harming others. I think they did it on purpose. Can they be that ignorant?
My premiums would be $9000 per year with a $4000-$5000 deductible. No subsidies at my estimated income. You have to guess what your income might be by Jan 15 at the latest, and it doesn't matter how little you've earned in the past. The only insurance company that qualifies for ACA in Arizona (for those over 30--because they can indeed refuse people for the pre-existing condition of age) is a tiny little company with almost no doctors in its program, apparently none in Pima County, based on the fact that the website quits as soon as I enter my zip. At that rate, I'd be shelling out $9000 and paying all medical costs myself anyhow. Who can afford that? I'd have to cash in some IRAs just to pay the premiums. As the navigator said, "You obviously have assets." Furthermore, insurance is supposed to be a long term thing, but in the ACA, you have to pick a new insurance company (and new doctors) every year. The ACA might work well in other states, but it doesn't work at all in Arizona, which is why the anti-ACA folks are using Arizona as an example.
What I really don't get is the fact that the major carriers in Arizona don't qualify for ACA. This must mean that companies using those carriers don't have to pay the penalty, and neither do their employees. But because I am self-employed, if I get my insurance through a carrier that costs less and has much better coverage where I live, I have to pay thousands of dollars in penalties for not going through the ACA! That's totally screwed up.
We have a $10,000 deductible and our premium is over $1400 per month. We don't qualify for any subsidy. Before this fraud started our premium was $520, and our deductible was $500. This is breaking us.
In the last year I have had to spend almost $7,000 on expenses that are still below my deductible. So if I do the math,on premiums we spent $1400 x 12 months, which is $16,800 plus the $7,000 which was not covered, for a total of $23,800 on minor medical expenses and premiums.
This alone explains the working class voters that left the Democratic Party. I want the same healthcare plan that Congressman Grijalva gets for free.
When (undocumented) victims of crime report crimes, do they not provide personal information, address, and residency status? If these people are undocumented, does it mean they are here illegally? And if illegal, is that what the Sheriff is claiming to ignore, or cherry-pick what laws he will enforce?
The author fails to see the whole picture because of the blinders, politically speaking that he wears. he fails to factor in the lost income that could have grown our economy. But then the architects of the ACA were asked to solve a major three pronged problem with a single action. So they opted to focus on insuring the masses, and yet avoid discussing the real costs and the new economic hardships created by such a short sided solution.
It will forever be the Obama legacy. All talk and bad actions.
I'm paying $1045.89/month in Maricopa county for a plan with a $7000 deductible. I am pro-ACA, but very angry about having to pay such a high price for catastrophic policy. It feels like extortion to pay for other peoples' coverage. I'll probably stop paying any month now, and be uninsured for the first time in my life.
As well as those who do not know the difference between you're and your.
The Sunday night show was fantastic. Kinky Boots has been a fav of mine since the movie so was great to get a chance to see the touring company.
What are the prices like? What about a real review of the food?
The TW has really dropped the ball on it's restaurant section. Do you guys get paid by the restaurants for this droll? Because this whole section comes off as an advertisement now, even the Star has moved away from that crappy concept.
You're report confirms what we already suspected. Scum bags are here in Tucson. There seems to be a diversity of race, culture, and creed. I hope this is POC.. If not, then deal with it..
@Ldonyo Got any evidence for that or are you talking out of your ass?
Great review but it wasn't directed by Stephen Oremus.... it was Jerry Mitchell??
The food in the photograph looks damned good!! I will definitely be trying this place. As far as "new or different" goes I don't recall that claim being made in the article. So, while I enjoy my food others can complain all they want about things that don't matter.
Cheers!!! The Hamburglar
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